VAUDE Top Case Trunk Bag
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- Can Be Attached On Top Of Vaude's Aqua Back Panniers To Gain An Extra 30 Litres Of Storage Space
- Large Opening That Allows You To Pack The Bag Comfortably From The Top
- Removable Shoulder Strap Allows You To Use This Item As A Separate Travel Bag
- Reflective Details Included For Added Visibility When Cycling At Night
- Dimensions: 33 X 51 X 32 CM; Available In Black Or Red; Made In Germany
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About The Brand
As a family run business with a passion for the outdoors, Vaude understands the importance of the journey, whether you are striving to reach the summit or practising your skills on the mountain slopes. Vaude want all of their customers to be well equipped on their travels and for this reason they are committed to producing outdoor products that promise to be hardwearing, comfortable and practical.
Made from PU coated fabric (PVC-free) which is durable and waterproof
- Designed For Rear Rack
Can be attached on top of Vaude's Aqua back panniers
Removable shoulder strap allows you to use this item as a separate travel bag
- Large Opening
Allows you to pack the bag comfortably from the top
- Reflective Details
Included for extra visibility when cycling at night
- Carbon Neutral Production
All emissions from materials, the manufacturing process and shipping have been systematically reduced and fully compensated
Dimensions: 33 x 51 x 32 cm
Made in Germany
Available in black or red
Top Customer Reviews
Before I used to have a lot of different items separately tied to my paniers. That was very time consuming and also a hazzle when I had to unload the bike for putting on a train and then getting all the stuff on as well. So when I saw this bag I went immediately for it. That seemed to be THE solution for my problems.
The first hick-up was that the straps from the full paniers weren't long enough to attach to the trunk bag. I solved the problem in using some old straps I had laying around, which I then attached to the buckle of the paniers. It's a bit of a pain to adapt them every day anew, depending on the load of your panniers, but I am still very pleased with the trunk bag.
What wasn't so nice was that after riding on a really bumpy track for some miles, the loop at the back of the trunk bag riped and so the bag wasn't attached to the saddle post anymore. Luckily I had some straps with me, which I then used to secure the bag to the saddle post.
The trunk bag itself kept my sleeping bag (and the other items I had placed in) absolutely dry while cyling through heavy rain.